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I have been watching these WSOP 2012 videos. Sometimes there is a D letter near the player's name. What does that mean? Look at the right side of the Robbin's name.

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When you see the "D" against a player's name, you can immediately assume that the player is positioned at the dealer button. In fact, anytime there is a "D" against the name of any player, it is only to denote this. For more rules and information on the game go HERE

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It means his position is on the dealer button (hence the 'D'), which is the best position to have in Hold 'Em and Omaha games. This position is to the right of the small blind and is last to act on all postflop streets.

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It's to the right of the small blind, not the left :) . +1 though :) –  Radu Murzea Dec 18 '12 at 10:19
    
@SoboLAN Thanks for the correction. –  Silversana Dec 18 '12 at 14:40

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